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Beautiful Churchill

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Nestled within the electoral ward of Blagdon and Churchill, the Parish of Churchill is a quintessential English gem. With its picturesque countryside surrounding and including the villages of Churchill and Langford. Here are some things we have on offer.

A Cycling Paradise Along the Strawberry Line

For families seeking outdoor adventures, Churchill is your starting point to explore the renowned Strawberry Line. This scenic route offers a delightful journey through lush landscapes, perfect for leisurely family cycling.

Thatcher’s Cider Makers: A Taste of Tradition

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Somerset’s cider-making tradition at Thatcher’s Cider Makers. Discover the art of crafting and savour the taste of authentic cider amidst charming surroundings.

Weston-super-Mare: Beach Bliss Beckons

A short distance away, the stunning beach of Weston-super-Mare awaits. Feel the golden sands beneath your feet, bask in the sun, or take a leisurely stroll along the promenade. It’s a coastal haven that promises relaxation and seaside fun.

Cheddar: Nature’s Masterpiece

Just a stone’s throw from Churchill lies the breathtaking scenery of Cheddar and the awe-inspiring Cheddar Gorge, explore mystical caves, and indulge in some of the finest cheese you’ll ever taste.

Mendip Hills: Explore

For those who love long walks and panoramic views, the Mendip Hills are your playground. Lace up your hiking boots and set out on trails that lead to stunning vistas. Capture unforgettable moments in this captivating landscape.

Easy Access to Bristol Airport

Convenience is key, and Churchill offers just that with its proximity to Bristol Airport.

In the heart of Churchill Parish, you’ll find the perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage.

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